We’ve seen many events shift from in-person to online this year. That may have required a huge change to how you collect attendee registrations in the past, but with a paid Wufoo account and Zoom — along with a sprinkle of Zapier — it’s easier than ever to go virtual.… Read article “Virtual Event Registrations with Wufoo Forms”
Wufoo has always been great with integrations. They have integrations with specific apps, like Campaign Monitor, Mailchimp, and Typekit, but they also integrate with Zapier, which is sort of like an integration inside an integration.
That’s kinda meta, but the idea is actually pretty straightforward: Wufoo integrates with Zapier, which integrates with a gazillion (yes, I did the math) other apps. That opens up a whole world of possibilities for what you can do with a Wufoo form.… Read article “Wufoo + Zapier”
There was a lot of buzz about forms last week when Jason Grisby pointed to a missing
pattern attribute on Chipotle’s order form that could have been used to help-through millions of dollars in orders. Adrian Roselli followed that up with the common mistake of forgetting
id attributes on form inputs and the potential cost of it.
Forms are hard. And that’s without thinking about more complex features, like building conditional logic into questions, getting into validation, triggering … Read article “Wufoo Cracks the Code for Forms So You Don’t Have To”
I was once tasked to create a makeshift customer service survey that would allow an employee to receive a customer call and send a survey to the custom once the call ended. The goal was to track customer satisfaction, which is a totally legit thing to want.
There are some solutions out there that do this out of the box. The problem was that my client neither had the desire or budget to use them. They did, however already use … Read article “Customer Satisfaction Surveys with Wufoo”
High fives to Wufoo, our long-time sponsor here on CSS-Tricks. It’s powered the vast majority of forms I’ve built over the past decade. If you’ve never used it or heard of it: it’s a form builder. It makes the arduous task of implementing forms trivially easy. Building a form on Wufoo means you’ll get a form that does everything right UX-wise, gives you full design control, integrates with anything, and that you can put anywhere.
The feature list … Read article “A Couple of New Wufoo Tips”
Thanks so much to Wufoo for the support of CSS-Tricks! Wufoo is a form builder where you can quickly build forms of any complexity. From simple contact forms to multi-page logic-riddled application forms that sync to Salesforce and handle site-integrated exit surveys, it handles lots of use cases!
There is another powerful feature of Wufoo: taking payments. it’s especially worth knowing about, in my opinion, because of how affordable it is. It’s essentially eCommerce without costing you any fees on … Read article “Styled Payment Forms with Wufoo”
Wufoo really is firing on all cylinders lately! As you may know, I’ve been using Wufoo here on this site, and pretty much every other site I’ve ever made, to power the web forms for over a decade. That’s a dang long time, which more than proves to me Wufoo is a form solution to trust. But also a product that improves!
Need to put a form on a website? I’ve been using Wufoo to do that for a decade. It’s so simple. Just drag and drop the fields you need and select the options you want. Even things that could be complex aren’t, like adding logic (e.g. if they select this, show that) or pagination. Never worry about spam. Never worry about losing data, since it’s all stored right in Wufoo itself (with API access!).
There are too many features … Read article “Build (Custom Styled) Online Forms with Wufoo”
Wufoo has been the best form builder around for quite a long time. Here’s what I love about Wufoo:
- It takes like 2 minutes to build a form with the easy drag-and-drop UI. It’s just as easy to go back and update it.
- You can completely control the look. Either quickly change the colors and fonts and stuff with a theme, or use your own CSS.
- You can give specific people access to specific forms and reports.
- It’s easy to